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selectquote dot com. >> get this, the tsa is says tata to the tna. announcing it will stop using the controversial body scanners at airports by june. the cost to run the roughly 700 scanners in use? more than 450 million dollars a year. jonas, more proof we need to privatize airport security? >> well, i hesitate to say this the week before the flight, i may get the special treatment. they never should about been taken over by the government. and they haven't freed up the i.d. system to get on the planes. and this particularly is an example why you wouldn't want the government to run this program. because if the scanners work, the fact that people don't like people looking at their privates should be completely irrelevant and in a consortium of airlines ran, who do you complain to. congress is involves and they say it has to be less privacy inducing, or the word, because they have to get elected a blah, blah, blah, and that's the end of it. >> brenda: gary b, what do you think? >> i'm shocked the government's screwing up some part of, you know, how we operate our daily lives, it's
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